Tips from the Blackboard


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Looking for helpful information to improve your teaching?

Here are some helpful resources:
  • Do you wish there was one site full of great teaching and learning ideas? If so, explore the ABLConnect database of active learning efforts across disciplines and contexts at Harvard University. 
  • Does your course use Canvas? Have you heard about it but don't know how to use it? Learn more about how this resource can be used for feedback, engagement, setting expectations and more with Harvard University's Creating Real Time Connections Online.
  • Are you a great teacher but are unsure how to showcase your work for professional development? If so, review the AAMC the Educator Portfolio.
  • Are you interested in learning more about the flipped classroom? Looking for tips on how to apply it to your teaching settings? The Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching’s (HILT) Grants program created a Flipping Kit with step by step information on using this techinique to create an active and engaged learning environment!

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